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What causes severe joint pain?

Are you experiencing an unexplained severe joint pain? Sudden joint pain can be triggere by a number of different reasons. It can be rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, gout, lumber spondylitis – or one of the many several joint disorders that has become common today due to faulty lifestyles and lack of physical activities among modern day professionals. Arthritis treatment in Ayurveda can give effective relief from the pain and discomfort, provided you approach an expert doctor at an early stage instead of ignoring the problem for long. In order to do that, you must first understand what is causing you severe joint pain? Here’s a list of symptoms of some of the most common joint problems that will help you align your discussions with the doctor in a more productive way. Let’s get started.

What does your symptoms mean?

 Rheumatoid Arthritis: This is an autoimmune disorder which starts affecting the smaller joints of the body first. Therefore, people start feeling tenderness and swelling in the flanges of their fingers, which later progresses into the wrist joints and eventually even larger joint groups as the disease progresses. Fatigue, fever and loss of appetite are also common in rheumatoid arthritis. In many cases, rheumatoid arthritis do not even show symptoms Related to joints. The symptoms may start showing on the skin, or in the eyes, lungs, heart, kidneys, nervous system and blood vessels. 

Gout: This is a form of joint disorder that is characterised by severe pain with a sharp pin-pricking sensation that is felt at the extremities and joints, especially at the base of the big toe. The pain can start very suddenly often when you are in the middle of an activity, or sleeping at night. You will feel as if your toes are on fire, and they will feel swollen and tender. The pain can last for a few seconds and go away, or in extreme cases it may last for days or weeks continuously. As the disease progresses, the symptoms last longer, as well as it will make it increasingly difficult for you to walk, or put weight on your feet.  

Cervical Spondylitis: In this case the joint pain causes are less pronounced and may take longer to manifest itself. The most common of the symptoms include a feeling of stiffness in the neck and the head region particularly, making it difficult to turn the head or neck. Pain in the arms and shoulder joints may also be experienced. Spasms are sudden jerks in the arms and legs is also common. People complain of uncontrolled reflexes in their body and a lack of coordination which makes it difficult to walk or to carry out today activities. In summer past cases, people have also complained of losing control of their bowel and bladder movement.

In addition to these, sudden joint pain may also be caused because of a fracture or twist in the joints. It is very important to seek medical intervention and treatment of the root-cause from an expert Ayurveda doctor for long-term relief. Instead of giving you just a single package drug, Ayurveda takes a wholesome and holistic approach that has a higher efficacy compare to other medical approaches.

For arthritis treatment, treatment of rheumatoid arthritis or any kind of joint pain relief, consult a Jiva Ayurveda doctor today.

To Know more , talk to a Jiva doctor. Dial 0129-4040404 or click on ‘Speak to a Doctor
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